Agencies indicated by a star have been thoroughly audited for both efficiency and outcomes by one of the following large grantors: Austin Community Foundation, City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, Glimmer of Hope Foundation, Impact Austin, Junior League of Austin and/or United Way Capital Area within the last two years.
Hope Alliance’s mission is to assist those affected by family and sexual violence by providing services and developing partnerships that renew hope, highlight possibilities and change futures, while working to prevent these crimes from occurring.
NCDSV designs, provides and customizes training and consultation, influences policy, promotes collaboration, and enhances diversity with the goal of ending domestic and sexual violence. NCDSV’s award-winning website, provides additional information about the agency’s delivery of training, consultation and public policy advocacy including violence in the military community.
SafePlace is ending sexual and domestic violence through safety, healing, prevention and social change. Our vision is a community free of rape, sexual abuse and domestic violence.
SafePlace provides Safety for individuals and families affected by sexual and domestic violence. We help victims in their Healing so they can move beyond being defined by the crimes committed against them, and become Survivors. SafePlace promotes safe and healthy relationships for the Prevention of sexual and domestic violence. We work with others to create Change in attitudes, behaviors and policies that perpetuate the acceptance of, and impact our understanding and responses to, sexual and domestic violence.
Texas After Violence Project uses innovative storytelling methods to empower individuals affected by crime to share their experiences. Through in-depth video oral history interviews and storytelling workshops, we help people tell their stories in their words. Then, we use those stories to create community workshops that educate the public about crime, violence, and the justice system. Texas After Violence works with a wide array of people to tell their stories, including families of victims and offenders, attorneys, police, and prison personnel. By taking a 360 degree look at the diverse groups of people whose lives are changed by violence, we hope to cultivate empathy, break down stereotypes and inspire meaningful conversations.
Our mission is to partner with the community to provide safe refuge and comprehensive services responsive to the individual needs of women, children and men who are experiencing family violence, sexual assault and child abuse by providing a range of services from prevention, crisis intervention, shelter, counseling and violence intervention services.
The Hays-Caldwell Women's Center believes that all abuse diminishes or prohibits the full expression of life and growth that is every person's right. The Hays-Caldwell Women's Center serves victims of family violence, sexual assault/abuse and child abuse. All services are free and confidential.
JONAH’s mission is to create lasting hope through the Arts and Music. We wish to develop cultural events and programs in line with this mission. JONAH’s efforts will address societal issues such as domestic violence, women’s health concerns, and certain mental health issues of men, women, and children.
MADD seeks to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.
NDVH is the only national, 24-hour, multi-language domestic violence hotline in America. The Hotline receives 19,500 calls per month, operates 365 days a year and has a TTY line for the Deaf. Phone advocates help callers create safety plans and connect to the nearest shelter.
The Texas Council on Family Violence promotes safe and healthy relationships by supporting service providers, facilitating strategic prevention efforts, and creating opportunities for freedom from domestic violence.